The Department of Medical Affairs has revealed that the fire is not a disease, but caused by chronic work stress. Feeling depressed Tired, bored all the time Must find time to relax Free time between work and home Or see a doctor
On October 15, 2019, Dr. Manat Photothaporn, Deputy Director General of the Department of Medical Affairs, revealed that Burn out is an occupational phenomenon (occupational phenomenon) is not a disease (medical condition) and is caused by chronic work stress.
Adjust work plans before risk of "power outage"
Which is included in the international statistical classification list of diseases and related health problems. Issue 11, with the code defined in Z, is "Factors Affecting Health" as it considers this issue to be important. Threatening well-being And can lead to various illnesses such as depression, anxiety or even tension-type headaches. Or insomnia etc.
Dr. Somboon Thotsabaworn, MD, Director of Nopparat Rajathanee Hospital. He also said that Nopparatrajathanee Hospital Specialized Medical Center for Occupational Medicine and the Environment Be aware of Burnout or chronic stress syndrome in the workplace. That was not effectively managed by dividing the symptoms into 3 groups that are
1. feeling exhausted or tired
2. Feeling that the mind is far from work and has a negative attitude towards work.
3. Reduced work efficiency and can affect staff
Therefore, suggesting ways to avoid leading to this condition is to clearly define the boundary between work and home. Find Time to Relax Turn off work at home. Do not suffer alone Must inform colleagues or boss
Attention! Stress at work, risk of "fire sickness" suggest sleeping, watching movies – listening to music – shopping